ANABOLIC CLOSING CEREMONY

A Red-tail Hawk circles the Anabolic Monument as gardeners gather seeds from the native garden that will soon be removed to make way for a new State Park design.

A Red-tail Hawk circles the Anabolic Monument as volunteers gather seeds from the native and medicinal garden that will soon be removed to make way for a new State Park design.

For all our ancestors, we will be having a closing ceremony at the Anabolic Monument this Friday, February 14 at sunset. This will be a parting ceremony to honor land, flora, fauna, and everyone who has come to experience the many changing seasons of the Anabolic Monument.

We are honoring eight years of engagement with the land because the park will be closed for an entire year since it is going into construction with its Second Phase of the park’s design. This means that the Anabolic with all its native flora and fauna as we presently know it, and have experienced, will no longer exist.

The Tongva Elders will be officiating at the ceremony along with a diverse representation of cultures from around our planet. Please join us. Come in your traditional honoring attire, bring your drums, bagpipes, or trumpets but please join us.

This is a Zero Waste ceremony. Bring your own chair, mat, drinking and eating utensils. Share a little something to eat and drink, it’s potluck style.

For additional information please contact us at everythingismedicine@gmail.com

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